ExScal: elements of an extreme scale wireless sensor network

Abstract

Project ExScal (for extreme scale) fielded a 1000+ node wireless sensor network and a 200+ node peer-to-peer ad hoc network of 802.11 devices in a 13km by 300m remote area in Florida, USA during December 2004. In comparison with previous deployments, the ExScal application is relatively complex and its networks are the largest ones of either type fielded to date. In this paper, we overview the key requirements of ExScal, the corresponding design of the hardware/software platform and application, and some results of our experiments.

DOI: 10.1109/RTCSA.2005.47

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@article{Arora2005ExScalEO, title={ExScal: elements of an extreme scale wireless sensor network}, author={Anish Arora and Rajiv Ramnath and Emre Ertin and Prasun Sinha and Sandip Bapat and Vinayak S. Naik and Vinodkrishnan Kulathumani and Hongwei Zhang and Hui Cao and Mukundan Sridharan and Santosh Kumar and Nick Seddon and Chris Anderson and Ted Herman and Nishank Trivedi and Chen Zhang and Mikhail Nesterenko and Romil Shah and Sandeep S. Kulkarni and Mahesh Aramugam and Limin Wang and Mohamed G. Gouda and Young-ri Choi and David E. Culler and Prabal Dutta and Cory Sharp and Gilman Tolle and Mike Grimmer and Bill Ferriera and Ken Parker}, journal={11th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA'05)}, year={2005}, pages={102-108} }